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JLA: World Without Grown-Ups

JLA World Without Grown Ups When every everyone over the age of sixteen suddenly disappears from the face of the Earth the world is thrown into an upheaval of adolescent amusement and chaos But when the initial euphoria wears o

  • Title: JLA: World Without Grown-Ups
  • Author: Todd Dezago Humberto Ramos Mike McKone Todd Nauck
  • ISBN: 9781563894732
  • Page: 211
  • Format: Paperback
  • When every everyone over the age of sixteen suddenly disappears from the face of the Earth, the world is thrown into an upheaval of adolescent amusement and chaos But when the initial euphoria wears off and the dark reality of the situation sets in, Superboy, Robin, and Impulse must figure out what happened to half the population while simultaneously attempting to maintaiWhen every everyone over the age of sixteen suddenly disappears from the face of the Earth, the world is thrown into an upheaval of adolescent amusement and chaos But when the initial euphoria wears off and the dark reality of the situation sets in, Superboy, Robin, and Impulse must figure out what happened to half the population while simultaneously attempting to maintain order in a world of unrestrained children Featuring Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, and Green Lantern, this book is an amusing portrayal of the grave consequences of an existence devoid of grown ups.

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    1 thought on “JLA: World Without Grown-Ups

    1. Can't believe it's 15 years since I read this back in my other life. Liked this because it was lots of fun and barmy but mainly because it spawned Young Justice which was more fun and more barmy, which eventually gave birth to Teen Titans Vol 3 which was also fun but less barmy.

    2. This really was the start to something beautiful. I love Peter David's Young Justice series that came after it and the animated series that was adapted from them. This is where it all began, being how much I love what it created it really doesn't have to be that good. But it is.

    3. It isn't the best of stories, but it has its moments. Also, this may have been the first of its kind, but I'm sure it's been re-done a few times in different mediums, so it doesn't feel as fresh now.This book's humor is very much rooted in the time it was published. As time goes by it may lose some of its charm.

    4. Rereading this book in light of what DC has announced was a jaunt down memory lane. I remember the good old days of comics when you didn't need to read 600 books to know what was going on in your comic, and chances were some character or other (usually a woman, gay or minority) wasn't being horribly disfigured, murdered,etc. Granted that 70 plus years of continuity will leave stories that readers do not like but seldom have comics been more gruesome and violent merely for the sake of emulating s [...]

    5. Por lo que veo en la cantidad de páginas, a la edición española le falta un capítulo o una catarata de extras que quizás le den un poco más de sentido a lo que leí yo de edición española. Pero la verdad, no creo que esas páginas de más cambien demasiado el resultado final, y de todos modos esta reseña es sobre la edición española, así que dejo el puntaje que se merece. Me llama la atención que el prólogo de una serie tan pero tan buena como "Young Justice" sea tan pero tan aburr [...]

    6. Aww, this was a pretty good read. It's not as entertaining as Peter David's later issues of Young Justice, but it made for a fun experience and introduced me to the most adorable superhero team ever.

    7. The world is seperated into 2, one with children and one with grown ups. The Young Justice team have to stop the kids hurting themselves and find a solution to the problem. A good read with some very fun moments.

    8. This is a solid book; it's not amazingly good, but it sets up one of my favorite DC series, and it's got a large cast with some very fun art.

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